@mayel looks interesting. I'll give it a spin on my hackintosh
@mayel Github says "Electron based".
@hinterwaeldler oops, my bad! still, it's a local JS app, rather than just embeding your instance's webapp like Mstdn.
@mayel It looks nice though, will try it someday. Right now, I'm still enjoying the progreive web app. 😃
@gme I mean that when I respond to this toot using whalebird (which I am), it only includes your ID, not @mayel's ID too.
@jerry But doesn't that make sense? You're responding to something I sent you. Honestly, I've been in the middle of reply bombs on Twitter and they're a pain when there's a half-dozen people all replying-all to one another and I have no reason why I'm being included in the thread.
@gme Maybe... I guess it's just not the behavior I've grown to expect, as it cuts off the others participating in the discussion, and there's no easy way (that I see) to add them back in.
@mayel I just installed it. Looks rad so far!
@mayel ooh I like it a lot, simple and easy to navigate - no way to interact with hashtags or lists from there though but still
@mayel very nice! Reply interface is a bit confusing though...
@mayel Is it actually written for desktops? Not just a website in some wrapper other then the one you mentioned?
I keep hoping someone will write a Masto client in C++ or whatever, something with a tiny little footprint rather then the system resource devouring beast it is sometimes.
@mayel freaking awesome! Finally!
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